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Proto-Germanic: *xalla-z, *xallu-z, *xalli-z, *xulli-z; *xulma-z, *xulmēn
Meaning: stone, rock
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: hallu-s m. (u) `rock'; CrimGot ael `lapis'
Old Norse: hall-r m. `Stein; Farbe'; holm-r, holmi
Norwegian: dial. hall `Stein'; Run. halaR, acc. halli
Swedish: hall `Stein'; holme
Danish: hald `Stein, Klippe'
Old English: { heall `Stein' }, { hyll } { holm `Wasser, Welle, hohe See, Meereswoge, Insel' }
English: hill; hiolm(e)
Old Saxon: holm `Hügel'
Middle Dutch: hulle; holm `Flussinsel'
Middle Low German: holm `herausragendes Landstück, Fluss-, Meerinsel'
Low German: hul
German: [ Holm m. < LG ]

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